Advisory Committee

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Oil & Gas

Current Practice:

Emergency and ‘blue light’ services operate as a complex, integrated and well-coordinated systems involving police, military experts, medics and firefighters

Distance, danger and congestion present severe constraints on their agility and ability to gather information rapidly and deploy immediate and appropriate assistance,

Clients & Eco-System:

  • ‘Blue light’ services
  • Civilian and military SAR
  • Local and reginal government
  • Aid agencies

Client Problems:

Emergency services delayed by road congestion.

Helicopter air ambulances often must land long distances from an incident.

Fire services may not be able to enter or approach a building or incident for fear of smoke, heat or explosion.

Search and rescue are rarely accomplished by the same equipment in remote and hazardous areas, leading to delays. Current generation camera drones lack the payload and endurance to deliver emergency supplies and practical assistance. SAR can see the challenges– the cannot resolve them in a timely manner.

Neva Solutions:

The availability Neva’s Eole modular drones enables SAR teams to design and develop vehicles purpose-built for their requirements, plugging any gaps in their current provision.

Our aerial robots can allow for immediate dangers to be remotely managed and controlled. For instance, precision robotic arms can turning off leaking fuel supplies at source.

Flying vehicles can land right next to a casualty and evacuate someone as soon as medical staff are happy the patient he has been stabilized. As well as delivering supplies quickly and efficiently, our turbo-drones can have the payload capacity to carry firefighting equipment, including heavy water, and direct it to the seat of a fire.

All of our systems have been developed with enterprise level integration in mind, Neva drones will operate alongside existing SAR equipment, systems and teams.

Neva Concepts:

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Our markets

Early adopter markets for heavy drone technology have been identified.


Neva drones are being designed to displace more expensive and less reliable technologies across multiple markets. Our concepts present new opportunities for users where existing UAV models lack the power and range needed for B2B applications, and where helicopters or small planes lack sufficient agility.

With protypes in production, Neva is poised to deliver its patented UAV solutions to a wide portfolio of clients across key sectors, where early adopters and development partners can reap significant competitive advantage.

 These include:

  • Construction
  • Oil & gas
  • Agribusiness
  • Logistics
  • Civil and border security
  • Site security
  • Industrial/hazardous maintenance
  • Humanitarian operations.

This new electric/hybrid aviation transcends existing technologies such as quad-copters, helicopters, small/light drones to create new markets and opportunities. Wherever operations are needed in remote or dangerous places, congested environments and/or 24/7 operations, Neva offers new, safe and sustainable solutions.


About Neva Aerospace


Neva Aerospace is a European consortium based in the United Kingdom. It partners with key clients, technology suppliers, and financial institutions to develop technologies for unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), unmanned air cargo (UAC), aerial robotic platforms (ARP), and electric aviation. It owns a portfolio of patents and technologies which are among the most advanced worldwide. As of January 2016 Neva Consortium counts 5 companies with more than 100 people.

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